Bartlett Park is a public open space in Poplar in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets; its address is Upper North Street, London E14. It is located to the south of the Limehouse Cut waterway; the Lansbury Estate is to the south and east of the park. Its area is 4.95 hectares (12.2 acres).
St Saviour's Church remains in the centre of park, surrounded by a single row of self-build housing. The park named in honour of Prebendary Philip M. Bartlett, who died in 1958 and had been vicar of the Church for 39 years. St. Saviour's was almost destroyed by fire on 25 May 2007, but the shell remains since it is a Grade II listed building.
London Buses Route 309 serves the park.
- "Tower Hamlets Council A-Z of parks". Tower Hamlets Council. undated. Retrieved 27 September 2013.
- Lansbury at Hidden London
- The Lansbury Estate - Post-Festival development from British History Online
- Church of St Saviours, Poplar at British Listed Buildings
- "Have your say on Bartlett Park revamp". Tower Hamlets Council. May 2012.
- "Bartlett Park Landscape Masterplan". Tower Hamlets Council. May 2012.
- Aerial view
- Local pressure group for Bartlett Park [dead link]
- Fire at St. Saviour's Church, 25th May 2007
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